Caniapiscau


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Can·i·a·pis·cau

 (kăn′ē-ə-pĭs′kō, -kou)
A river of northern Quebec, Canada, flowing about 730 km (450 mi) from the Caniapiscau Reservoir northward to the Koksoak River. Since the construction of the reservoir in 1985, most of its headwaters have been diverted to James Bay.
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1999, Till mineralogy, Caniapiscau project, Final Report, BHP Minerals: Ministere des Ressources naturelles, Quebec, GM59086.
The Caniapiscau Reservoir upstream from the Laforge Project, as well as all of the forebays of the hydroelectric centrals on the La Grande River, produce mercury pollution.
TSX:VIA) ("Virginia") is pleased to provide an update on its Coulon and Corvet projects located in the Caniapiscau and LG-4 areas, James Bay, Province of Quebec.